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Harris Arts is a not-for-profit voluntary sector organisation managed entirely by volunteers.
Harris Arts and Heritage Ltd 2 Ferry Road Leverburgh, Isle of Harris HS5 3UA tel: 07584 578759
Registered company no. SC137058 (Scotland) Scottish charity no. SC020105 email@example.com
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